Flood Warning


Flagler County Emergency Management
The City of Flagler Beach participates with Flagler County Emergency Management in Disaster Preparedness activities. A Disaster Preparedness Guide is available at County and City government buildings. This highly informative guide has an evacuation map, a detachable card with important emergency numbers, and lots of useful information on how to plan before, during, and after an emergency.


You may want to sign up for CODERED, an emergency communications network chosen by Flagler County and available on our Police and Fire Department websites. Those who enroll in the CodeRED system can receive emails or phone calls (depending on which options they choose) regarding warnings in targeted geographic areas. Signing up is easy and quick. Sign up on the front page of the City's Website or on our Emergency Alert page.

Flagler County Emergency Management’s website, is your best source of information on how to prepare and what to do in the event of an emergency. The Flagler County Emergency Operations Center is located in Building 3 behind the Government Services Building at 1769 E. Moody Boulevard, Bunnell, 32110. To contact them by telephone:

  • In an Emergency: 911 (An area code is not required)
  • Non-Emergency:
    • Administration Phone: 386-313-4200
    •  24-hour Sheriff’s Center: 386-313-4911

The Flagler Beach Police, Fire, and Public Works Departments stand at the ready to assist Flagler Beach citizens before, during, and after emergency events like hurricanes, floods, and other types of disasters, both natural and man-made. To locate their office building or to contact them by telephone:

  • In an Emergency: 911 (An area code is not required.)
    • Police Department
      240 S. Flagler Avenue
      Phone: 386-517-2020
    • Police Department
      320 S. Flagler Avenue
      Phone: 386-517-2010
    • Public Works Department
      105 S. 2nd Street

Declared Emergency

In the event of a declared emergency, tune into an official emergency public information channel:

Television Network
Radio Station
Radio Network
NBC, Orlando WESH
AM 1150
CBS, Orlando WKMG
AM 1550
ABC, Orlando WFTV
FM 92.7
FOX, Orlando WOFL
FM 93.1
BrightHouse Network
FM 98.7
KIX Country

FM 103.3

Weather Updates

To track an approaching storm on your computer, The National Weather Service has a user friendly website.

From the Home Page, in the left-side menu bar, you can find local weather conditions by entering the city or zip code and hitting GO. In addition to a detailed 7-day forecast, the top of the page includes a link to the Hazardous Weather Outlook.

Hydrologic Gauge Data for Rainfall and Surface Water Levels

St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) has rain and stream gauges widely scattered throughout the District that measure rainfall, water levels, and discharge. Gauges nearest to Flagler Beach include one that measures rainfall at Mosquito Control near the intersection of I-95 and Palm Coast Parkway, and another gauge that measures water level at Bulow State Park. The data is uploaded to the District office in Palatka every two hours via radio transmission, but daily totals are not available to the public until the following day.

View the previous day’s data. From the drop-down selection options, choose Navigate to: Flagler County; and Station Type: Rain, Current to see a rain graph for Mosquito Control, or choose Station Type: Water Level, Current, for Bulow Ruins at FB. A graph of the previous 30 days of data will open. A little red X at the lower left hand corner of the graph removes it from the screen.